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Saturday, August 14, 2010

Maradona Is The God Of Football

The Football God With The Football
The World Cup With The Appropriate Hand.


Here He Is Not A Footballer He Is A Coach
The world Hero In a nice Mood.
The Hero With The Number Of Ten
He Is Here With His Daughter.
The Enjoyable Moment Of Maradona With Higuain.
Maradona Ask a Goal To His Player.
The Two Living Legend In a Frame.
The Legend Is Here With His Style.
The Man In a Black Hole.
The Most Wanted Person Of FIFA World Cup 2010

The Biography of Diego Maradona
(In Short)

The living Legend Diego Armando Maradona is the most successful and Favorite Player Of The World. He has also a Great History of World in Football. He was born on October 30th 1960 in Lanus outside Buenos Aires. There he played for Los Cebollitos (The little onions), before he joined Argentinos Juniors. At 16 he was Argentina's youngest-ever international when he played against Hungary. Two years later he captained the World Youth Cup winners and was soon transferred to Boca Juniors for £1.000.000. The success continued and he was voted South American Player Of The Year in 1979 and 1980.

In 1982 Maradona joined Spanish giants Barcelona for a world record transfer fee of £5.000.000. The same year the World Cup was held in Spain and Maradona made his World Cup debut on his new homeground Estadio Nou Camp. The tournament didn't end as Maradona had hoped and he was sent off against Brazil in the second phase, as Argentina bowed out.

In his first season for "Barca" he helped them win the league, leaguecup and the Super Cup. Two years later, another world record fee of £6.900.000 took him to success-starved Napoli, and in 1987 they won a league and cup double. A year earlier he had captained Argentina to a second World Cup triumph. It was a World Cup that forever will be synonymous with Maradona. He scored 5 goals in that tournament, including two against England. Both are among the most controversal in World Cup history. The first was the infamous "Hand of God" and the second probably the greatest goal ever scored in a World Cup game, as he ran from his own half showing magic displays and leaving seven English players for dead.

Success continued with Napoli as he again steered them to a leaguetitle and in 1989 even a triumph in the UEFA cup. In 1990 the World Cup was held in Italy and Maradona captained Argentina to yet another final. The Germans were once again the opponents and this time they proved too strong for the Argentinians. That loss was to be the beginning of the end for Maradona. Two drug scandals have created black spots on his name and reputation. Several come-backs have been tried since 1991 and after helping Argentina qualifying for the 1994 World Cup in USA, Maradona looked fit for fight again. A marvellous goal against Greece in the first match gave proves for that.

But in the next game against Nigeria he was caught for drug abuse, and the World Cup story of Diego Armando Maradona got a sad ending. That match meant that Maradona equalled the record of matches played in the World Cup of 21, held by Uwe Seeler and Wladislav Zmuda (Later beaten by Lothar Matthäus). Maradona retired from international football after that with a gallery of good and bad memories. But he is by neutral football lovers regarded alongside Pelé as the greatest player of them all.

The Recent News Of Diego Maradona.

Diego Maradona Is Going To Be For Aston Villa manager’s job

• Diego Maradona ‘would be very open’ to England move – agent • Aston Villa deny any interest in former Argentina manager Aston Villa have denied any interest in appointing Diego Maradona manager after the former Argentina manager revealed an interest in the vacancy at Villa Park. The former Argentina manager’s European representative Walter Soriano claims the 49-year-old is in talks with a number of clubs over a possible move to Europe. The former Napoli and Argentina star left his as Argentina coach last month after his side were hammered 4-0 by Germany in the quarter-finals of the World Cup

Left The Reaction Of The Footballer After Maradona,s Lefting From The Coach Of Argentina

Lionel Messi: I Am Not Happy Maradona Left. He had hoped Maradona would be able to stay on as Argentina coach

Pep Guardiola (the playmaker affirmed at the conference accompanied by club coach ).
"I didn't want him to go, I believed that he was going to stay," the playmaker affirmed at the conference accompanied by club coach Pep Guardiola.

Carlos Tevez arrived late on Tuesday night and no sooner had he stepped out of the car, before even entering the hotel, he splurred out a tirade of accusations: broken promises, lack of loyalty, and disastrous leadership were among the sins he accused the AFA of.

"To be honest, I would love to manage Argentina - it's a big honour and a big responsibility," Sergio Batista said. "Every Argentinian wants to be manager of Argentina and I am no exception. I think I have one or two qualifications to be the manger, but I believe to be manager of Argentina you have to

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